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Misa Tanaka

​Senior Research Manager - Research Hub ​

Misa Tanaka
Misa currently works as a senior research manager in the Research Hub. She has been working at the Bank since 2002, after completing a D.Phil in Economics at Nuffield College, University of Oxford. Misa's current research interests are primarily in the areas of financial stability, macroprudential policy and microprudential policy.

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​​Selected Academic Publications

Optimal pay regulation for too-big-to-fail banks
With John Thanassoulis, Journal of Financial Intermediation (2017)
Reputation, risk-taking and macroprudential policy
with David Aikman and Benjamin Nelson, Journal of Banking and Finance (2015)
International spillover effects and monetary policy activism
with Anna Lipinska and Morten Spange, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking (2011)
Does better information about foreign shocks improve monetary policy? 
with Kang Yong Tan, Journal of International Money and Finance (2010)
Bond vs. bank finance: implications for sovereign debtors
Economic Journal (2006).
The macroeconomic implications of the New Basel Accord
CESifo Economic Studies (2003)

​Bank Publications

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​Bank Underground Blog posts

Green investment for busy people: retail investors need help to navigate towards the 2°C climate goal
April 2017
Fixing bankers’ pay: punish bad risk management, not bad risk outcomes
with John Thanassoulis, December 2015